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Bruce R. Partain
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Oldest City In Texas Makes ‘Top 100 Most Dangerous Cities’ List

Not all news is good news, and according to the Nacogdoches Police Department, the numbers are negatively skewed.  But, according to Dr. Andrew Schiller, the founder and CEO of a survey company called Location, Inc., Nacogdoches is one of the top 100 most dangerous cities to live in.

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Category: Crime, East Texas News
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Couple In Big Trouble After Stuffing Baby In Carry-On Luggage

X-ray scanners have caught air travelers with all sorts of strange and embarrassing things in their carry-on luggage. But it would be hard to top the images captured last week at the Shar-Jah Airport in the United Arab Emirates when an Egyptian couple stuffed their five-month-old in a suitcase and tried to sneak him past security.

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via Flickr/TexasDigital
via Flickr/TexasDigital
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Controversial Shooting Gets Houston Man 40 Years

KHOU TV in Houston reports a man who claimed Texas’ version of a stand-your-ground law allowed him to kill a neighbor in an argument over a noisy party has been found guilty of murder and sentenced to 40 years in prison. Barring a successful appeal, a prison cell much like the one shown below will be his home for at least the next 20 years.

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via Facebook/Rod Blagojevich
via Facebook/Rod Blagojevich
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This Just in From Planet Blago…

Here's the latest from the other planet former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich lives on.  That other "planet" is the Englewood Federal Prison in Littleton, Colorado, outside Denver.  Blagojevich says he likes Colorado, but this prison IS BORING.  Poor guy.

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Angelina County Jail Records
Angelina County Jail Records
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Lufkin Thieves Caught Red-Handed Thanks to Unintended 9-1-1 Call

 

Dumb =  Committing a crime.

Dumber = Inadvertently dialing someone while you are committing the crime.

Dumbest = That someone you dialed is the 9-1-1 dispatch. 

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via Flickr/ARKpics
via Flickr/ARKpics
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Pasadena Neighbors Beat Burglars With Baseball Bats

This story happened in Pasadena, and it says a lot about how great it is to have neighbors who really care about you.  The Houston Chronicle reports that some people in a Pasadena mobile home park caught four men breaking into a neighbor's home, so they went after them with baseball bats.

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via Flickr/ILiekCake
via Flickr/ILiekCake
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Jasper Hospital Going to “Pot”

Jasper Police say they still want someone to explain the three-foot tall marijuana plant they found growing outside Christus Jasper Memorial Hospital.

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source: Longview News-Journal
source: Longview News-Journal
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Stolen Concrete Eagle Finally Comes Home

Better late than never we suppose.  Nearly 40 years after it was stolen from its perch outside the offices of the Longview News-Journal newspaper, a large concrete eagle has been returned to the owner.  The thief's family is still so embarrassed by it they don't want to be identified.

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